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01. Police questioned a number of people involved in the incident, and everyone gave a different [version] of what had happened.
02. Have you heard the rap [version] of that song by Puff Daddy?
03. The author has just put out an updated [version] of his travel book with new information in it.
04. The driver of the other car in the accident had a very different [version] of what happened than the driver of the car he hit.
05. Your little brother told me a different [version] of the fight that you had with him.
06. Everyone who witnessed the accident gave a slightly different [version] of the events that occurred.
07. The Beach Boys have put out a number of horrible disco [versions] of their most popular songs.
08. Einstein published a more general [version] of his theory of relativity in 1916.
09. George Bernard Shaw observed that there is only one religion, though there are a hundred [versions] of it.
10. Singer Ritchie Havens does a very nice [version] of the Beatles' song "Here Comes the Sun."
11. Napoleon once said that history is the [version] of past events that people have decided to agree upon.
12. There is an Icelandic proverb which states that every story has two sides, and every song has twelve [versions].
13. The DVD [version] of the animated hit "A Bug's Life" was the first-ever all-digital video transfer.
14. More than 2,500 cover [versions] of the Beatles' "Yesterday" exist, making it the most recorded song in history.
15. Nineteen countries around the world are producing their own [versions] of Sesame Street.
16. X-rays of the Mona Lisa show that there are three completely different [versions] of the same subject, all painted by Leonardo, under the final portrait.
17. There have now been 5 [versions] of London Bridge built on the same site.
18. Judy Garland once said that you should always be a first-rate [version] of yourself, instead of a second-rate [version] of somebody else.
19. Most Christian chant began in the Middle Ages, but it has been kept alive since that time, if often in corrupt [versions].

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